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This is a discussion on FTP manager within the Chrome Plugins section, part of the Google Chrome category: Wonder, will there be an FTP manager plugin? Not an FTP server, but a manager like cuteFTP or programs like ...


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    tasos_e is offline Junior Member
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    Default FTP manager

    Wonder, will there be an FTP manager plugin? Not an FTP server, but a manager like cuteFTP or programs like that...

    I wonder

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    or Filezilla....

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    Smile FTP Plugin

    I agree. That is the real reason I'm not using google chrome. My favorite chrome features are the new tab with all my popular history, and also I like incognito mode.

    Someone should make a FTP Plugin just like FireFTP that exists in Firefox!

    Andrew

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    Yes that would be cool, but we lack some downloading API and without those it would be a pain in the ass just to download a .jpg file :°D

    I too believe a ChromeZilla would be awesome

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    I use Filezilla, I am very happy with it and fail to understand the incremental of integrating it into the browser.
    Can someone point me out the real advantage of having FTP integrated into Chrome?

    Aside from the "cool" of it...

    This is why Firefox takes ages to load and why it feels heavy, and, ultimately why people abandon Firefox for Chrome, no?

    I have used Firefox and FireFTP was one of my favorites, but still: what is the advantage?

    The next thing to ask for in this logic would be a Torrent client. (aka µTorrent)
    Last edited by Luc VN; 10-10-2009 at 08:57 AM. Reason: Adding Torrent client

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    Well, it is just logical to have all internet related stuff into one big tool ( that is the web browser )

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    The FTP ability is build in into every browser, just without a fancy manager...

    And yes, Firefox (with all extensions) has become one big tool

    Hence why most now migrate to Chrome

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    Quote Originally Posted by Luc VN View Post
    The FTP ability is build in into every browser, just without a fancy manager...

    And yes, Firefox (with all extensions) has become one big tool

    Hence why most now migrate to Chrome
    The FTP ability of Google Chrome is incomplete, because it's read-only.
    If you want to upload a file to a FTP Server you need a FTP Client.

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    http://filezilla-project.org/

    Try it, you will love it

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    Quote Originally Posted by Luc VN View Post
    http://filezilla-project.org/

    Try it, you will love it
    I know filezilla I use the portable version a lot, but it is a standalone client, not integrated into the web browser.

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